Gibbs Energy and Helmholtz Energy: Liquids, Solutions and Vapours
This book contains the latest information on all aspects of the most important chemical thermodynamic properties of Gibbs energy and Helmholtz energy, as related to fluids. Both the Gibbs energy and Helmholtz energy are very important in the fields of thermodynamics and material properties as many other properties are obtained from the temperature or pressure dependence. Bringing all the information into one authoritative survey, the book is written by acknowledged world experts in their respective fields. Each of the chapters will cover theory, experimental methods and techniques and results for all types of liquids and vapours.
This book is the fourth in the series of Thermodynamic Properties related to liquids, solutions and vapours, edited by Emmerich Wilhelm and Trevor Letcher. The previous books were: Heat Capacities (2010), Volume Properties (2015), and Enthalpy (2017). This book fills the gap in fundamental thermodynamic properties and is the last in the series.